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If you are looking for a new car, you can’t beat a Chevrolet. The company was founded in 1911 in Detroit. Currently, Chevy does business in 100 countries around the world and sells over four million cars and trucks a year. Throughout all of that time, Chevy has perfected its vehicles and grown to be one of the most well-known brands in the automotive industry. Now, drivers looking for a car dealership in Cincinnati can reap the benefits of a brand that is dedicated to its customers by visiting McCluskey Chevrolet.

Chevy focuses on vehicles with designs that look good while still being exciting to drive, with user-friendly technology and advanced safety features - all while meeting your budget. With a wide range of cars, crossovers and SUVs, pickup trucks, and even commercial vehicles, you’re sure to find a Chevy to fit your needs and budget, and McCluskey Chevrolet is just the car dealership in Cincinnati to help you on your quest.

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Cincinnati Drivers Should Choose Chevy

Chevy is the best brand for Cincinnati drivers. We all know how the weather here can vary, from the heat of July to the cold of January. We get snow, more rainfall than average, and have more days with precipitation than without, so you want a car that can handle it all, especially on wet roads. Even the most subcompact Chevrolet Spark comes standard with ten airbags, a high-strength steel safety cage, and a backup camera.

Where other manufacturers only provide advanced safety features on larger or higher-end models, even the cheap Spark has available automatic emergency braking, forward collision alert, and lane departure warnings. This availability travels through the entire Chevrolet line, so no matter what size vehicle you need, from transporting your family to transporting the items your business sells, you can have all the safety bells and whistles you’re looking for.

Commuter Cars for Everyone

Of course, just because a car is small doesn’t mean it’s a glorified golf cart. Besides those standard and available safety features, the Spark has an EPA-estimated combined 33 MPG, and its 1.4-liter engine with 98 horsepower allows you to zip around our seven hills with ease. There’s also a standard seven-inch infotainment touchscreen with two USB ports, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, and an available 4G Wifi Hotspot. Some trim models even have keyless entry and push-button start, as well as heated seats. And, remember, this is Chevy’s subcompact. The features carry through and even improve as you move to larger models.

If you’re looking for something that sits a little higher and maybe seats a few more adults a bit more comfortably, there’s a Chevy crossover or SUV for you. The all-new 2021 Trailblazer has 54.4 cubic cargo feet and comfortably seats five with best-in-class rear-seat legroom. Perfect for taking a weekend road trip from Cincinnati over the border and down to the bourbon trail in Kentucky. The rear seats fold flat along with the front passenger seat, so you can haul items up to 8.5 feet in length. All Trailblazer trim lines come standard with a rear vision camera, automatic emergency braking, lane keep assist with lane departure warning, and forward collision alert. Drivers will also enjoy front pedestrian braking, following distance indicator, and IntelliBeam responsive headlights. Teen Driver technology and rear-seat reminders are also standard on the Trailblazer.

Chevy SUVs continue to grow in size from the Trax to the Equinox and classic Blazer, to the Traverse and the all-new Tahoe and Suburban. The current Suburban has an available 420 horsepower and a maximum cargo space of just under 145 cubic feet, the best in its class. Also best in its class is the legroom in the Suburban’s second row, and there’s a newly expanded third row. The power sliding console moves up to ten inches to allow for convenient between-seat storage, and there’s even a hidden storage drawer for everyone’s extra keys and electronics when you’re the DD for a night out in Over-the-Rhine. This model is also good for taking a family vacation with plenty of room for the kids, everyone's luggage, and whatever you want to buy.

A white 2021 Chevy Silverado 1500 is driving on a dirt road past a lake.

A Truck for the Hard Worker

Of course, we can’t talk about Chevrolet without talking about the Silverado. First introduced as a light-duty pickup in 1999, the Silverado has gone through many iterations and adaptations with many variances in cab lengths, bed sizes, and engine options. While its durability and reliability are in line with the competition, the Silverado is known for its exceptionally smooth ride. To either side of the Silverado are the slightly smaller Colorado and the slightly larger Silverado HD. If you’re looking for a hardworking pickup with the dependability of an American-made Chevrolet, McCluskey Chevy will get you on the road and off to work around the Queen City in no time.

A Model for the Environmentally Conscious

If you’re looking for something outside of the norm, Chevy does have a fully electric Bolt EV. This subcompact can go an estimated 259 miles on a full charge, nearly 10% more than previous models. The MyChevrolet mobile app can keep you updated on your Bolt EV’s charge, as well as traffic and weather, to make your drive as efficient as possible. There’s also a 10.2-inch touchscreen and full compatibility with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. If you are a driver who wants to switch to electric power, consider the Bolt EV.

A Car for Those Who Need Speed

Finally, we can’t not talk about the Camaro and the Corvette Stingray. The 2021 Camaro begins at a price point lower than you might expect for a classic muscle car, just $25,000. With up to 650 horsepower, the Camaro can go 0-60 in 3.5 seconds while sporting an unmistakable design. The Corvette Stingray may have fewer horses under the hood, but it can do that 0-60 race in just 2.9 seconds and reach a top track speed of 194 MPH. Here in Cincinnati, we love our curves, and the performance motors and handling of the Camaro and Corvette make them even more fun to drive.

A red 2021 Chevy Corvette Stingray is driving on a racetrack after leaving a car dealership in Cincinnati.

McCluskey Matters

McCluskey Chevrolet is the dealership you’re looking for when shopping for a new or used Chevy. Conveniently located just outside of Cincinnati, we are easily accessible to Landen, Beckett Ridge, Mason, Fairfield, Loveland, and Hamilton drivers. We are also not too far away from Cleveland, Indianapolis, and Louisville; your perfect car will be well worth the drive.

One reason McCluskey Chevrolet stands out is that we are a Certified GM Green Dealer. Besides just selling the electric Bolt EV and the super-efficient subcompact Chevrolet Spark, we have a facility recognized for energy efficiency. From energy reduction to renewable energy use to water conservation efforts and recycling, we make our commitment to the betterment of the environment well-known.

Before you even step foot onto our energy-efficient campus, you can get pre-qualified and pre-approved for your new Chevy. Pre-qualification requires a more basic review of your finances, whereas a pre-approval can give you a better idea of what your budget can buy. You can even shop our online inventory based on your preferred down payment and monthly payment. Another online option we provide is figuring out what your payment would be for your dream Chevy. Of course, these online calculators are far from the final word. No matter how the initial tests pan out, our finance department is here to get you into your perfect ride.

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McCluskey Chevrolet in the Kings Automall
9673 Kings Automall Rd
Cincinnati, OH 45249

McCluskey Chevrolet Used Car Superstore
435 E. Galbraith Rd
Cincinnati, OH 45251
McCluskey Chevrolet 39.29799, -84.30762.